Stacy Chambliss

Board Member

Valencia Technologies

  • Co-founder of Valencia Technologies
  • Operated the company from 15 to 59 (COO) to 110 (CEO) employees, leading Valencia through its first commercial sales
  • Led PMA approval of a hotly anticipated, first-in-kind, Class III medical device
  • University of Southern California, Notre Dame Law School

Ted Randolph

Chief Operations Officer
Ventritex, Perclose, Cygnus, Boston Scientific, Second Sight

  • Technically oriented Operations executive
  • Class III cardiac and neuromodulation medical devices
  • 40 years in various development, project management, manufacturing roles
  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Stanford University

Vickie Alaverdian

Sr. Director of Quality

Baxter, Amgen, Boston Scientific, RxSight, Second Sight, Presidio Medical

  • Quality expert with 20+ years experience with Class II and III Medical Devices. 
  • Experience working with Intraocular Lens, Neuromodulation, and Neurostimulation devices.
  • Expertise in ISO 13485 certification, FDA, Notified Body, and numerous international audits
  • California State University, Northridge

Gerda Resch

Sr. Director of Regulatory
MiniMed, Medtronic, Alfred Mann Foundation

  • Regulatory expert with extensive experience in class III medical device, drug, and combination product development and submissions.
  • Expertise in international CE Mark, US FDA, and other regulatory body approvals.
  • Rutgers, University of Tennessee, Regulatory Affairs Professional

Natalia Smith

Sr. Director of Finance and Corporate Controller

  • Extensive senior financial experience in accounting and reporting
  • Expert in processes implementation, internal controls and finance management
  • Certified Public Accountant
  • MBA and JD University of Massachusetts

Pedrum Minaie

Director of Systems Engineering
Alfred Mann Foundation, Medallion Therapeutics, Replenish, and Biotronik

  • Accomplished engineering manager
  • Leader in the development and human engineering aspects of class III medical devices, including the Medallion pain pump, the Replenish ophthalmic drug pump, and the Biotronik spinal cord stimulator.
  • University of Nevada, Reno; University of Southern California